US and EU Hit Hard
The global economic crisis – as we all know – hit hard. Especially tough impacts were encountered by the European Union and the United States of America. These regions are today, still being impacted by the crisis, vis-à-vis an uncertain economic future and increasingly high levels of public debt.
China’s 2008 Plans
In reaction to the crisis in 2008, China sensibly set out plans to help make world financial markets more stable. The country – as companies that seek to make investments there have known for years – is usually on top of its economic situation and what it needs to do to stabilize matters where required. This is what makes it an ideal environment for companies such as ARC Investment Partners to put their capital.
China Thinking Ahead
This clear thinking during a tough time for Chinese companies, really made a lot of sense for the country’s economic future. Today, China is a hotspot of stable economic growth, along with a substantial foreign exchange reserve. The question thus being asked, is can it also now play a role in finding a solution to the world’s current financial issues? Maybe. But first, the rest of the world needs to get on board and formulate an accurate perspective of the advantage of making investments in China today. Some critics firmly believe that if America and Europe really look into investing serious capital into China, a lot of their financial woes would be dissipated.
In other words, America and Europe need to get over their paranoia that investing in China is troublesome due to the country’s national security concerns or other inaccurate perceptions